Sunday, November 22, 2020

Owl cake pops

This is what happens when you invite a flock of owls to your dinner scene.

Hoot, hoot! Aren't they cute?

You see, an assemblage of cake pops make a delightful presentation.


Whoooo says they can't be the centerpiece of your Thanksgiving tablescape?

Moreover, these guys look gorgeous in harvest ensemble.

Might very well be the whooo's whooo of your upcoming holiday meal.

Too-da-loo 🦉

For the owl cake pops, you will need:

orange candy melts

red fondant for wings

purple, pink fondant for beaks

white fondant for the eyes

Black edible marker for details


Shape cake balls into flattened oval shapes. You don't need to be exact here, as you can see.

Take a lollipop stick and dip one inch of the top into the melted candy melts and stick this end halfway into the cake ball. Repeat with remaining balls and sticks. Set aside to firm for a few minutes

Dip each cake pop into the melted candy melts as per cake pop directions. Let excess coating run off.

Allow coated pops to dry.

Cut out enough eyes, beaks and and wings from the fondant. Draw pupils onto whites and any other details you want.

Glue fondant pieces by dabbing melted candy melts onto hardened, coated pop.

Create individual looks, like lashes using pen, pursed lips , etc. 

Hope you have a hoot!

More cake pop ideas:

"Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! His faithful love endures forever." Psalms 107:1

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